In the first episode, viewers were taken back on Wednesday night (Aug.12) to the time before the Ruff Ryders became the force in the Hip-Hop game we know them as now. We are introduced to South Bronx natives Joaquin "Waah" Dean and Darin "Dee" Dean and Chivon Dean. The episode details their young upbringing as the children of a devout Muslim father and mother.
There have been rumblings that BET was planning on launching its own streaming service. Today (June 24) the Viacom owned network has confirmed that BET+ is indeed coming this fall and Tyler Perry, as well as other big names, are on board to supply original content. The news of Perry’s studio involvement with the service […]
BET is reaching back in time to bring arguably the greatest black rom-com to the small screen. New network president Scott Mills revealed that the network has three new series coming down the line: a half-hour comedic reboot of Eddie Murphy‘s classic Boomerang, a new show from Will Packer titled Peachtree Place (we presume this will be set in Atlanta) and American […]
The California Congresswoman snatched #45's entire wig off, calling him "dangerous," "racist" and "unpresidential."
Eminem held no punches in this fiery freestyle about Trump at the 2017 BET Hip-Hop Awards.
The 2017 BET Hip-Hop Awards aired last night with big wins from Cardi B, DJ Khaled, & more in Miami! Check out the full list of winners from the show below. 2017 BET “Hip Hop Awards” winners: Best Hip-Hop Video Kendrick Lamar – “HUMBLE.” Best Collabo, Duo or Group DJ Khaled ft. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller […]
Hampton University President William Harvey slams BET's drama 'The Quad.' He sends a strongly-worded letter to the network's president.
Part one of The New Edition Story premiered last night on BET and Twitter had a lot to say. Check out our favorite reactions and tune into part two tonight at 9 p.m.
Robert Johnson offers advice to the Black community after meeting Trump. The media magnate said finding common interest is the key.
Plus, Snapchat partners with BET to bring college tours to high school students and five NFL players went to Capitol Hill to address police brutality.